We support people who have migrated to the UK through a whole range of routes and reasons, where their immigration status is either unclear, undocumented or not yet finalised. Often the individuals and families we support are homeless or in unsuitable accommodation, have serious health issues and may be suffering from the trauma of being trafficked or sexually abused or exploited. People in this situation are often very scared and do not know how to navigate or engage with statutory requirements.
The people we support come from all over the world. In the year to March 2016 we saw new clients from as far afield as Afghanistan, Albania, Bangladesh, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Congo (DRC), Cote d’Ivoire, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Kosovo, Liberia, Lithuania, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Romania, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
We support people who have migrated to the UK through a range of routes and for many different reasons. The immigration status of many people we support is unclear, undocumented or not yet resolved. We support people without judgement as to how they came to be here.Read more
If you would like to refer someone to The Refugee & Migrant Project or if you need support yourself click here.Read more
Every Tuesday our food bank is open at our base in Manor Park. We provide a parcel of dry food such as pasta, rice, tinned tomatoes and beans, tinned fish, tea and biscuits.Read more
Our Refugee and Migrant Project caseworkers offer advice and advocacy on housing, welfare grants, accessing healthcare, education, employment (where applicable), benefits (where applicable), emotional support & counselling.Read more
Due to lack of funding, it has become necessary for our Refugee and Migrant Project (RAMP) to focus on service users with the greatest need. We are only able to support individuals and families who are destitute.Read more